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It seems that the vast majority of mortgages will go up to a certain amount of money, but that may not be the case for some of the larger mortgages.
According to the data released by Mortgage Resolution Agency, the average mortgage value in the UK is £1.18m.
The figures include a small percentage of the total mortgage market, meaning that the average price of a £500,000 mortgage is not included.
As with any financial transaction, there will be some risk involved with these numbers.
The Mortgage Resolution agency also revealed that the median loan amount is £500k, which is up from £375k in 2017.
This figure has been rising since the Brexit vote.
The mortgage rates for some borrowers will rise further, although not to the same level.
The average mortgage rate for a loan of £400,000 was 4.5 per cent in the second quarter of 2018, up from 3.4 per cent the previous year.
The median rate for loans of up to more than £500m is 7.5 percent, but this is still well below the UK average of 8.3 per cent.
The lowest mortgage rate of £300,000 is 5.9 per cent, which has dropped to 4.8 per cent from the previous quarter.